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Timeless Elegance: The Carrington Hotel

Step into a world of refined grandeur, where history comes alive and the whispers of the past echo through every corridor. Nestled in the heart of Katoomba in the Blue Mountains, this heritage-listed hotel stands as a testament to an era long gone, inviting guests to indulge in the timeless allure of a bygone era. Since its doors opened in 1883, this enchanting establishment has captivated visitors with its unparalleled elegance, luxury, and charm.

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Tagay-Tagay, Filipino Tapas & Wine Pairing

“TAGAY!” (Cheers) – stand on a street corner in the Philippines during a town fiesta, celebration or special occasion and you will likely hear people pouring out a glass or two and shouting this out as they toast their glasses. Part of Filipino culture, the tradition of tagayan (circle of drinking peers), today, is something that shows camaraderie and friendship among friends who are having a good time.

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A day trip to Goulburn, NSW

Whether it’s for a day visit or a weekend away, Goulburn City in the Southern Tablelands has so much to offer. It’s around a 2.5 hour drive from Sydney and just over an hour from Canberra, the Australian Capital Territory. Goulburn is one of our favourite pit stops every time we head to the Southern Highlands. There are heaps of things to do and see.

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Review Paste Thai Australia

We’ve finally ticked off Paste Thai Food Australia restaurant on our restaurant bucket list to check out, we made it! Located in Mittagong an hour or so drive from Sydney. Making a day trip or a weekend away in the Southern Highlands is the best option so you can enjoy the attractions, food and wine this historic town has to offer. For us, it was a full day trip visiting Goulburn first then dinner on the way back.

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Vivid Sydney 2022 returns

After two years of a Covid hiatus, Vivid Sydney returns bigger and bolder! With more than 200 events, light installations, music performances and much more, this year’s light festival signals to the world that Sydney is well and truly open again. Time to bring back locals and tourists alike into the city to help businesses who have done it tough over the last two years.

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